Mohammad Akram (general)
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Mohammad Akram "Khakrezwal" (Pashto: جنرال محمد اکرم خاکرېزوال) (died 2005) was a former police chief of Kabul who was killed in a suicide bomb attack soon after being appointed Vice Chief of Staff of the Afghan National Army. He had also served as commander of southern forces during Afghanistan's communist era.
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